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The Work and Pensions Committee issues a call for evidence in British Sign Langauge for its inquiry into Access to Work.
The Work and Pensions Committee recently announced an inquiry into employment support for disabled people: Access to Work.
The Committee launched the call for evidence in EasyRead format (PDF 687KB) to help people with learning disabilities and those with limited English literacy, to engage with the inquiry. The Committee has now issued the call for evidence in British Sign Language, to help Deaf people engage with the Committee's inquiry.
The deadline for submissions will be Friday 1 August 2014.
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